February 2, 2017

“American Made” Casting Athletic Actors for Roles

Tom Cruise’s new movie American Made is now casting men to play fighters and boxers in a small scene. Casting directors are also looking for young, athletic and ex-military types with gun experience to work on the scenes as extras.


The movie titled, American Made is based on a true story about Barry Seal.  Seal was a famous pilot in the 1980’s that transported contraband for the CIA and Medellin cartel. He was eventually shot and killed in Baton Rouge.  The film was originally set to be titled, Mena, but was recently changed.  Mena, Arkansas is where a majority of the drug trafficking took place under the noses of several government officials and police officers.

Tom Cruise is a world famous actor that has been in the industry since 1981.  He is known for several award winning films including Taps, The Outsiders, Risky Business, Top Gun, and Rain Man.  He is known for dramatic and hilarious performances that captivate audiences and make him one of the greatest.


American Made filming in Atlanta, GA on February 8th, 2017

Rate: $64/8

Roles: Extras and Featured Actors

Featured Role:  A murderer – Currently casting a male to portray an assassin in a small scene.

Extra Roles: Looking for young, athletic and military-looking men to portray amatuer boxers.

Working with Cruise will be very beneficial to your short term and long term career.  Acting in a feature film starring huge actors opens up several new doors for aspiring actors because they meet industry professionals that know what it takes to be successful.

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